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Deutsches Zentrum fuer Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. – Institut für Physik der Atmosphäre (DLR-IPA)

The Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. (DLR) is the German national research establishment for aeronautics, astronautics, and energy technology within the Helmholtz-Gemeinschaft der Forschungszentren (HGF).

The Institut für Physik der Atmosphäre (DLR-IPA) has long-term experience in in-situ airborne measurements of chemical species, aerosols, and meteorological quantities, large-scale modeling of atmospheric dynamics and chemistry, radiative transfer modeling, development and application of tools for passive and active remote-sensing. DLR-IPA has many years experience in co-ordinating international research projects (e.g. ATTICA, ECATS, METRIC, QUANTIFY, TROCCINOX) and participated in numerous national and international research projects, including many EC funded projects (e.g. PARTEMIS, SCOUT-O3, AMMA, IAGOS, EUCAARI, RECONCILE, SHIVA).

 

Tasks attributed: Experimental investigations on emissions of shipping and oil/gas extraction at northern high latitudes and their regional impact. This will include measurements of emission factors and analysis of dispersion and transformation of the primary pollutants for Arctic summer conditions.

 

Principal Investigator:

Hans Schlager is the head of the DLR-IPA department “Atmospheric Trace Species” since 1991. His experiences cover atmospheric physics and chemistry, development of airborne instruments, in situ trace gas measurements from balloons, rockets, and aircraft, as well as coordination of field campaigns. He participates presently in the IAGOS and CARIBIC projects and coordinates the airborne measurements in the new EU projects RECONCILE and SHIVA. He is author of more than 120 publications in peer-reviewed journals.